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Old 04-26-2001, 06:24 PM
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the plastic screw on top is the giveaway

you need to look further toward the fire wall on the same side of the engine. Look down in a kind of "opening" there right in front of the fire wall (you will have to look between some black hoses and the firewall) and you should see a black plastic cover about 3 to 4" in diameter. Unscrew this cover and remove and you will see the oil filter. What needs to happen before you remove the cover though is to put a drain pan underneath and remove the drain plug from the oil pan. Unscrew the oil filter cover about a couple or few turns and allow the oil to drain out into the pan. This will help make it a little cleaner job.
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